Sailed Away after Third Score of Suffolk Meeting: Irish-Bred Mollie Fagan Seen Main Threat in Allowance Race, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-27


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Sailed Away After Third Score of Suffolk Meeting Irish-Bred Mollie Fagan Seen Main Threat in Allowance Race SUFFOLK DOWNS, East Boston, Mass., June 26. — A pair of allowance events, each at six furlongs, is offered on tomorrows program at this seaside track, and the half dozen in each race should provide interesting contests. In the sixth race, named the Andover, Mario Stables Sailed Away heads the line-up to vie for the ,500 purse. The War Admiral — Gentle Tryst colt picks up top weight of -117 pounds against N. J. Agnellos Pinocchios 114. Barclay Stables Mollie Fagan is in the dash with 109, two more than Annaloro and Tereses Nola Hash, Eddie Siravos Tint Straw and W. T. Leathernurys Pine Ville. The co-feature is for three-year-olds and older and Greenbrier Stables Related, Anthony Cataldos War Token and Oak-hurst Stables Brick are equal highweights at 112 pounds. Darling and Sims Dukes Gal is in the event with 105 pounds; Mrs. E. Haughton and Mrs. C. A. Browns Dogs Up, 100, and I. C. McMahans Tippy Do is the lightweight with 97 pounds. Sailed Away has two victories to his credit at the current meeting and in his other four outings, finished close up against the top sophomores in this area. Tomorrows rivals do not measure up in class as against those whom the War Admiral colt has been meeting, and Sailed Away needs only his share of racing luck to pick up his third triumph of the season. Mollie Fagan is an imported daughter of The Phoenix, shipped to this country from her native Ireland. Since making her U. S. debut at Gulfstream Park, Mollie Fagan picked up one victory at Garden State Park on the Memorial Day program. In two local starts she displayed a high turn of speed and off that record looms as the one to beat in the Andover. Related will probably be the favorite in the seventh race. The son of Unbreakable has been threatening to crash into the winners ranks in his last two starts, and tomorrows rivals are slightly below the standard of thoroughbreds the Greenbrier gelding has been meeting.

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